Our Partners

The Children’s Cancer Foundation relies upon the support of an extraordinary range of individuals, community groups and organisations to meet its funding commitments. We acknowledge their significant contribution towards our work.

The Million Dollar Lunch Cornerstone Partners

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The AFL supports the Children's Cancer Foundation and The Million Dollar Lunch through event management and production, sponsorship, design and other strategic support services.

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Crown Resorts generously supports The Million Dollar Lunch by absorbing all venue and catering costs, and assisting with raffle and auction items.


Qantas is the airline partner of The Million Dollar Lunch, providing travel at no cost for our Grand Auction and Premium Raffle items, and for event MCs and entertainers, and assisting with raffle and auction items.


Volvo Dealer Group Melbourne supports The Million Dollar Lunch by donating a luxury vehicle for the Premium Raffle.


CrownBet supports the Children's Cancer Foundation through the AFL CrownBet Community Partnership, contributing $150,000 per annum to The Million Dollar Lunch, as well as staff and customer donations.


The Million Dollar Lunch Donors

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Charity Partners

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Pro Bono Partners 


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“Thanks to the support of the Children’s Cancer Foundation, in partnership with the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation, we have implemented an exciting clinician-scientist training program, which has already made a significant impact on our paediatric cancer research program." Dr Jason Cain, Co-Head, Developmental and Cancer Biology

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“Without the advocacy and extensive and long-term funding from the Children’s Cancer Foundation we could not have developed our clinical and research program to the extent that we currently enjoy.” Peter Downie, Head, Centre for Cancer and Blood Diseases



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“The Children’s Cancer Foundation funding has propelled our paediatric cancer research program, allowing us to break new ground in genomics, stem cell medicine and clinical trials, which are offering newfound hope to the improvement of diagnosis and treatment for children with cancer.“ Professor Kathryn North AM, Director

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“The Children’s Cancer Foundation’s major research funding has enabled the development of a new generation of diagnostic genomic tests. Expanding our clinical trials portfolio and helping us keep at the forefront of new immunotherapies has also been made possible by the Foundation. The Foundation also continues to be committed to funding comprehensive care.” Dr Françoise Méchinaud, Director, Children’s Cancer Centre


“The Children’s Cancer Foundation funding has provided vital support for ground breaking national studies investigating novel treatment approaches for children with cancer. This support is critical to help us work towards improved outcomes and reduced side-effects for our patients.” A/Prof David Ziegler, Kids Cancer Centre.